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Daniel Malaval
Les Fougères, 4 rue de la Roche lengereau, col de katiramona - Païta - Grand Nouméa


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+687 351278


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We offer 5 cabins, each featuring a well-equipped kitchenette. Among them is a spacious family cottage that can accommodate up to 4 people. All of our rooms are uniquely themed and come with the option of air conditioning. Each cabin provides a kitchenette, a separate bedroom, and an en suite shower. Additionally, we provide TVs in all rooms, and air conditioning can be added as an optional amenity.

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Apartment 1
Holiday Home 4 58 62 243 318 11


Swimming Pool
Animals Allowed


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